Kalbarri National Park commences at the lower reaches of the Murchison River and extends to the coastline.
The highlight of the park is the 80km gorge, cut into the red and white banded sandstone by the Murchison River.
There’s a number of walk trails, that range from easy to difficult that will take you to amazing lookouts, phenomenal rock formations with stunning colours and down to the river where you can enjoy a swim or kayak.
Perched right on the cliff top are two platforms of the recently opened Kalbarri Skywalk. It’s thrilling to walk out along the two cantilevered viewing platforms that hang in mid-air, 100 metres above the gorge. The view off the cliffs, down to the Murchison River and across the rugged plains of the Kalbarri National Park is spectacular.
Z-Bend Lookout and Trails are also great places to see breathtaking views of the Kalbarri National Park, Z-Bend Gorge and river.
The start of the 6km 4-ways walk trail has ladder climbs and steep decent to access the river.
Guided Tours will take you to out of the way places with sightseeing, hiking, canoeing, gorge swimming, star-gazing and adventure tours with abseiling and canoe safaris.
Along the coast, wind and wave erosion have created impressive cliffs that plunge 100m to the ocean and the views up there are amazing.